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Heinlein on Exhibitionism

September 11, 2012

Excerpted from Stranger in a Strange Land, by Robert Heinlein:

“Exhibitionism” had been to her simply a word used in abnormal psychology-a neurotic weakness she had held in contempt. Now, in digging out her own and looking at it, she decided that either this form of narcissism was normal, or she was abnormal and had not known it. But she didn’t feel abnormal; she felt healthy and happy-healthier than she had ever been…Okay, she was healthy-and if a healthy woman liked to be looked at-and not as a side of beef!-then it follows as the night from day that healthy men should like to look at them, else there was just no darn sense to it!


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